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The streak of new developments continues in the Fashion District.

Today, local real estate firm Jade Enterprises filed plans with the City of Los Angeles to construct a mid-rise complex at 11th and Main Streets.  The eight-story development, which would replace a series of one-story commercial buildings, is slated to include 379 apartments and 26,000 square feet of office, dining and neighborhood services space.  Approximately 11% of the building's residential units would be set aside for very low income households.

The project, designed by MVE + Partners, is highlighted by a mid-block pocket park, which would carve out a courtyard-like space with outdoor seating near the center of the building.  Additional amenities would include a saltwater pool and spa, a two-level fitness studio, a media room and multiple lounges.

A timeline and budget for the project are currently unclear.

The project sits directly across the street from the newly refurbished Harris Building, and a half-block south of the Broadway Palace development.

11th & Main (Image courtesy of MVE + Partners)
11th & Main (Image courtesy of MVE + Partners)
1100 S. Main Street (Image: Google Street View)
1100 S. Main Street (Image: Google Maps)

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